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Interactions denote protein-protein interactions, which means physical association between proteins. By nature, these networks/graphs are undirected. Replication interactions (actually a not very good term) denote gene regulatory interactions that affect HIV replication. These sets also include the regulatory effects of HIV genes on host genes (and hence ...
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In bacteriophage, the viral capsules serve as vectors for other DNA so frequently that there is a common name for this: transduction. The image below, from the Wikipedia, illustrates the basic process. Here a phage, with pink DNA, accidentally packages up other DNA -- in this case, from the bacterium -- in one of the capsules and thereby serves as a vector ...
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